House of Assembly - Proceedings
This section of our website provides access to publications and information that document the work of the House of Assembly. On the sidebar menu, you will find links to the full text of:
Standing Orders - the rules of the House, which govern parliamentary procedure and behavior. Order Papers - effectively, the agenda which outlines the business that the House intends to cover on a given day. Journal of the House of the Assembly - the official record of the proceedings of the House. Hansard – verbatim transcriptions of the Debates of the House. Webcast - sittings of the House are broadcast not only on television, but also on the Web. You may view a live sitting as the House meets, or view archived telecasts of previous sittings. Progress of Bills - a Bill goes through a number of steps before it becomes a statute (First Reading, Second Reading, Committee (amendments, if any, are made at this stage), Third Reading and Royal Assent). A table is provided where you may link to the First Reading version of the Bill and find out what stage the Bill has reached. Tabled Documents – generally, these are administrative documents, certain reports, and other papers that are required to be laid before the House each year or session either by statute, by order of the House, or by its Standing Orders. Committees - lists of the Members who sit on the Committees of the House are provided, which are:Government Services CommitteeParliamentary Calendar – this portion of the Standing Orders Appendix provides the customary sitting schedule for the House of Assembly.
Privileges and Elections Committee
Public Accounts Committee
Social Services Committee
Standing Orders Committee Hansard transcripts of the meetings of these Committees are also available here.